Depending on your version of Safari
Tabbed browsing is either a choice or a default.
Safari Preferences has a Tab for Tabs.
When you open Safari, you will see a + mark at the top right of the window. Right underneath the word "Reader"
Click that and you will get a new page. Go anywhere you like and still have the original page open. If I am doing a lot of Googling, I will have a tab open at the Google page, find my stuff and, by right clicking the link, can have it open in a new tab.
Basically it is a way of having multiple pages open at the same time but without having multiple Safari windows open.
For instance, when I take a look through the Mac forums, I am able to have all the ones I look at, open at the same time. I just click on each of the separate tags to view each forum.
You will note in the Bookmark Bar, at the top of Safari, the word News with a little triangle next to it. Click the triangle and you will get a list of news sites and the line that says "Open in Tabs"
Click on that. You will see what Tabbed browsing is
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